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Miley Cyrus' Weird Art Made Its Runway Debut at Jeremy Scott

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Miley Cyrus's toy heap art pieces just made their runway debut at Jeremy Scott's spring show, on the models at Milk Studios and also on Miley herself in the finale. It's over now, but we haven't seen the last of them: Starting September 11, the pieces will be on display at the V Magazine office gallery.

The collab all began when Jeremy Scott saw Miley's work at her Fourth of July party. To get them ready for the show, Miley enlisted the help of artist Todd James,, who designed the twerking bears for her infamous 2013 VMA performance. It's all made out of colored cotton balls, vibrators, fan gifts, fake hair, USB drives, and joints. "I just sit around and smoke weed anyway, so I might as well sit around, smoke weed, and do something," she told V.

· Miley Cyrus' "Dirty Hippie" Art Pieces Are Going to Be Accessories and Sculptures in Jeremy Scott's S/S 2015 Show at NYFW [Complex]
· Miley Cyrus Made These Toy Heaps for Jeremy Scott [Racked]